Australia and New Zealand have beautiful scenery, rich natural resources, leisurely life and simple folk customs. It is hard to imagine that such a blessed nation would have been involved in a war a century ago, and many people would never go back. War, always under the guise of glorious glory, will eventually drive everyone crazy. This battle gave birth to the independence of Australia and also contributed to the establishment of the modern democratic Republic of Turkey. Kemal, who led Turkey to win this campaign, became famous and became the first president of the Republic of Turkey. He was honored as the "Father of Turkey" by the Turks and is still very much loved in Turkey.
The fireworks were set off the night before yesterday. They are beautiful, they are all heart-shaped, but they look good, and the air is particularly good. It's worth a visit. There are few people, it's worthy of a sparsely populated area.
The Maori exhibition hall of the museum exhibits many valuable Maori artifacts and architectural wood carvings.
The New Zealand Memorial has a very good building, a beautiful environment and high cost performance, it is worth a visit
There are very few people in the New Zealand Memorial, you can walk around freely and the nature is beautiful.
Preston_Dominguez: Eceabat, 17900 Canakkale Province, Turkey
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended 57. Alay Sehitligi,Chunuk Bair,Conk Bayiri Mehmetcik Park Aniti Kemalyeri Yaziti